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AT&T expands 4G LTE coverage to Anne Arundel County, parts of Annapolis [INFOGRAPHIC]

Update 11/21/12 @ 3 pm to specify these upgrades are for 4G LTE, since, as spokeswoman Margarita Noriega makes clear, “Only LTE-enabled devices will work on LTE, which is why being clear about the difference between 4G and 4G LTE helps consumers understand how devices work.” As of Nov. 14, AT&T‘s 4G LTE network is […]

Update 11/21/12 @ 3 pm to specify these upgrades are for 4G LTE, since, as spokeswoman Margarita Noriega makes clear, “Only LTE-enabled devices will work on LTE, which is why being clear about the difference between 4G and 4G LTE helps consumers understand how devices work.”
As of Nov. 14, AT&T‘s 4G LTE network is available in Anne Arundel County, including parts of Maryland’s capital, Annapolis, according to a press release.
[Full disclosure: AT&T was a sponsor of the first BmoreTech meetup and a sponsor of the inaugural Baltimore Innovation Week, events that Technically Baltimore organizes.]
The company began its expansion of its 4G LTE network in parts of Washington, D.C., and Maryland in Oct. 2011, and has been expanding since.
“We’ve seen positive response from customers on our 4G LTE launch in Maryland, and … we’re continuing our rollout of fast 4G LTE speeds to more areas,” said J. Michael Schweder, president of AT&T Mid-Atlantic, in the release.
AT&T’s 4G LTE expansion into Anne Arundel County comes on the heels of its spending $82 million during the first half of 2012 to prepare its wired and wireless networks in Maryland for 4G service. According to AT&T, its 4G LTE network is now available in 103 markets nationwide.
Here’s an infographic of all the markets that presently have AT&T 4G LTE:


 
 

Companies: AT&T

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